Toggle coats (or “duffle coats” if they’re made of duffle material) are appearing everywhere these days. These coats were originally designed for the British navy, hence the toggles which can be easily fastened and unfastened with gloves on and the large hoods which can be easily worn over a watch cap. I love the look. I usually don’t “follow” trends, but this one I enjoy.
These two remind me of characters from Tom Ford’s “A Single Man”. In the film, Nicholas Hoult where’s an angora sweater, but the effect is just the same here on this guy (in my opinion).
I am obsessed with this look.
I love the sweater/shorts look on a lukewarm cool Fall day.
This is one of the first portraits I took for a portfolio I am developing.
I remember reading in Keith Johnstone’s “Impro” that once someone tells you how to draw a tree, you cease being able to experience the tree you’re drawing in front of you. So create by your own rules, your own brand of freedom.
I always like seeing splashes of color in Fall outfits, which can be so muted in neutrals.
I took this picture from a photo/video-shoot that ebay Fashion was doing in Washington Square Park. I love the mix of Summer/Fall outfits you can create by mixing and matching seasons.
I love the pattern sleeves peeking out from under the cardigan.
I’m falling in love with trench coats these days. I see them everywhere in New York. Good for bad weather and a good base for most outfits.
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To my street fashionistas/fashionistos: Thank you for allowing your style to be captured by me. I hope that the end result is worth the wait and helps to make that day more memorable. If for some reason, you object to the photo taken, please send me an email and I can take it down.